Can you believe it?

Oct 17, 2016 - Can you believe it?  Are you striving for something that feels far-reaching? Do you desire to achieve a goal that some might say is beyond your capacity, ability or reality? Your greatest source of strength and perseverance lies within your own belief that it is possible and you can achieve it. It doesn't matter what other people think. It shouldn't matter what other people say. It doesn't matter what obstacles you are facing or what will face. It shouldn't matter what circumstances you have been placed in or will be placed in. The only thing that matters is how much you really want what it is that you want.

 

Take an MM&I Moment to allow your own inner spirit to take charge against all the noise that may be causing you to hesitate towards what you are striving to achieve. Instead o hearing in others reasons for why it cannot be done, or that you cannot do it, use their comments as insights to what you need to learn or discern if it is something you simply need to ignore it. If you are facing a particular obstacle, how can it be viewed as an opportunity? If you know that there will obstacles, list them an then note ways you can overcome, shift or eliminate them before they become an issue. Finally, list all the reasons you believe and know this is the right direction and focus for you. This alone has power beyond anything else that you can do. Conceive. Believe. Achieve.

 

Synergized Quote of the Week

"I can believe anything provided it is incredible." - Oscar Wilde

 

Yours in synergistic thinking,

 

Sherre'

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